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MARIA-CSO(1)						      General Commands Manual						      MARIA-CSO(1)

NAME
maria-cso - shared library generator for maria SYNOPSIS
maria-cso directory library.so file.c... maria-cso directory library.so file.c DESCRIPTION
This manual page documents briefly the maria-cso command. maria-cso is a shell script invoked by maria in order to compile generated C code into dynamically loadable shared object files. The script invokes the C compiler and the linker, and it calculates checksums in order to avoid compiling unmodified modules. The directory argument specifies the location of the source files. When the script is invoked with one file.c argument, it translates the file to the shared object library.so. When maria-cso is invoked with multiple file.c arguments, it computes a checksum of a file named multiset.h and of each argument. When the header file multiset.h has been changed since the previous invocation of maria-cso, everything will be recompiled. Otherwise only those file.c modules that have been modified will be recompiled. The checksum files are multiset.sum and c.sum. SEE ALSO
maria(1), sh(1). ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES
CC Name of the C compiler CFLAGS Command-line switches to be passed to the C compiler DEFINES Preprocessor macro definitions to be passed to the C compiler FILES
/usr/share/maria/runtime/*.h Header files for the run-time library AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Marko Makela <msmakela@tcs.hut.fi>. The maria-cso script and the compilation option were designed and implemented by Marko Makela. Please see the copyright file in /usr/share/doc/maria for details. August 10, 2001 MARIA-CSO(1)

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